Arthropod Parasite

Arthropods form a big assemblage of small coelomate animals with “jointed limbs” (hence the name arthro-pods). They show off segmentation of their bodies (metamerism) which is regularly masked in adults due to the fact their 10-25 body segments are combined into 2-3 purposeful businesses (called tagmata). They showcase various tiers of cephalization whereby neural elements, sensory receptors and feeding buildings are focused in the head region. Arthropods possess a rigid cuticular exoskeleton consisting in the main of tanned proteins and chitin. The exoskeleton is typically hard, insoluble, certainly indigestible and impregnated with calcium salts or protected with wax

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